Covid_19 pandemic vigilante: ashwagandha

Ashwagandha is commonly grown in India, the Middle East and some parts of Africa. It helps maintain youth, both mentally and physically. It is widely believed that a person consuming this herb will get the vitality and strength similar to a horse!

But in reality it enhances the function of the brain and nervous system hence improving the function of the reproductive system as well, leading to the comparison with wild horses.

Ashwagandha improves the immunity against diseases by improving the cell-mediated immunity; antioxidant properties of ashwagandha helps protect cellular damage caused by free radicals, thus acting as an immunity booster. 

Thinking about the benefits of Ashwagandha, we can consider consuming Ashwagandha during this pandemic in the right quantity. Today, most people face the problem of anxiety and insomnia, which may be due to their scenario of job or the business falling down or maybe just because of not being able to go out with freedom, but this herb would do good even then.

Let us find out how effective this herb is based on research that was conducted on 60 people

Aswagandha for insomnia and anxiety 


Unlike conventional insomnia treatment that create drug dependency, Ashwagandha is a natural product and becomes a good alternative for people with anxiety. 

As you can see from the graph, Anxiety treatment of the people consuming ashwagandha is better compared to the people who were not 

Ashwagandha extract also helps people to improve sleep quality and sleep efficiency in case of chronic insomnia.  

Ashwagandha and sleep efficiency

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Today, if you are buying Immunity kit or looking for insomnia cure or anxiety treatment, make sure to take herbal products with the presence of Ashwagandha, as they will help you in building immunity and also help you with ayurvedic treatment of insomnia, anxiety naturally. There is a body type for which this herb can work wonders, whereas it might not be a good alternative for others. 

Considering all that we at SSANH have customised Immunity Boosting Kit which is a handmade product and is given after doctor consultation, taking into consideration on what is right and wrong for the patient, A patient with diabetes will not have the same immunity boosting kit as a person with no problem of diabetes, same goes for BP and other health condition. Why ?

How to increase metabolism and immunity varies person to person and the region where they live according to Indian traditional medicine Ayurveda, and we consider all that. 

Common notions and myth about Ashwagandha

Unlike the common myth that Ashwagandha is only for men, it is actually beneficial for both men and women. Ashwagandha churna is the best way to consume it but may not taste well, Ashwagandha should not be consumed as an OTC product, and we should consult an ayurvedic doctor before consuming it. 

Ashwagandha helps to balance Vata, Kapha in the body and imbalance pitta; hence, you might be able to see changes in weight after its consumption. Ashwagandha paste is also used for bed sore cure and boils on the body.

It is believed that Ashwagandha helps in increasing the height of individuals due to its effect on the nervous system but only when consumed at the right age.  

Side effects of Ashwagandha

It is essential to know that if you have any disease, you should only consume Ashwagandha after consultation with a doctor, and pregnant women should avoid consuming it in any form. People with some sort of cyst are also supposed to avoid consuming Ashwagandha as it might affect cyst growth. 

On consuming a larger than recomended amount of Ashwagandha there are chances of abdominal discomfort and weight gain.

Let us know if you are looking to consume Ashwagandha and utilize its benefits during this pandemic to help you boost metabolism, reduce anxiety, improve sleep and many more. We can help you find the right quantity for you. 

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